Maria by Callas - In Her Own Words.pdf

Maria by Callas - In Her Own Words

Tom Volf

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3 Nov 2017 ... The new documentary Maria by Callas: In Her Own Words, tells the life story of the famous Greek-American soprano forty years after her death.

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Maria by Callas - In Her Own Words.pdf


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